Dr Hannah Farrimond

Biography

Education

University College, London; Department of Psychology (2001-2007). PhD in Social Psychology, thesis title 'Smoking identities in lower and higher socio-economic groups in England'. ESRC funded.

LSE, Methodology Institute (1998-1999). MSc in Social Research Methods with Social Psychology: Distinction

University of Kent, Department of Psychology (1995-1998). BSc (Hons) in Social Psychology: First

University of Cambridge, Trinity Hall (1989-1992). B.A. in Theology and Religious Studies: First

Teignmouth High School, Devon (1981-1988). A levels in Eng Lit (A), Theology (A) and History (B)

Academic experience

Senior Lecturer in Medical Sociology, Department of Sociology and Philosophy, University of Exeter (Sept 16-current)

Lecturer in Medical Sociology, Department of Sociology and Philosophy, University of Exeter (Sept 12- Sept 16)

Research Fellow, EGENIS (ESRC Centre for Genomics in Society), University of Exeter (2006-Sept 2012)

Research Psychologist, Department of Epidemiology and Public Health, University College, London, Smoking Cessation Clinic (2001-2003, part-time)

Research Psychologist, Department of Epidemiology and Public Health, University College, London, Health Behaviour Unit (1999-2000)

Prizes

University of Kent: Psychology Prize, Janet Miele Prize

University of Cambridge: Bateman Scholarship, Trinity Hall Prize, Teape Prize for Indian Studies